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Elma Librarian Retires With 40 Years of Service in Libraries

Following about four decades working as a librarian in one degree or another, Elma Public Library Director Karen Korpanty has decided to retire.

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Memorial Day Celebrations
Posted: May 24, 2017

This weekend the area will feature a variety of parades, dinners and ceremonies to honor veterans with Memorial Day on May 29.

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Friends of Knox Farm to Receive $25,000 Grant
Posted: May 24, 2017

To leverage the grassroots support for state parks, Governor Andrew Cuomo created the Park and Trail Partnership Program grants. Funded through the Environmental Protection Fund, 20 partner organizations receive $450,000 to advance their work to raise private funds for capital projects; perform maintenance tasks; provide educational programming; and promote public use through hosting special events.

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Contract Settled and Protest Averted at Nursing Home
Posted: May 24, 2017

Healthcare workers at Absolut Care at Aurora Park, as well as 11 other nursing home facilities that Absolut Care owns in Western New York, spent several weeks working without a contract.

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Preservation Efforts in Village Recognized at “Kitty Awards”
Updated: May 24, 2017 - 12:43 pm

For the second year, the East Aurora Historic Planning Commission honored people who have contributed to preserving or rehabilitating structures that have long been a part of the village.

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Indoor Track Latest Merger for East Aurora and Holland
Posted: May 24, 2017

At a recent East Aurora school board meeting, the board approved joining Holland to allow students to participate in indoor track as a winter sport. Holland has been offering this program to students for nearly a decade, and it will now be an option for boys and girls of East Aurora during the winter sports season.

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Salute from the Porch Became Village’s Memorial Day Tradition

For decades, East Aurora’s Civil War veterans occupied a special place in the annual Memorial Day commemorations. They led the parade down Main Street to the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Oakwood Cemetery, at which memorial ceremonies have been held since 1886.

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